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John Reppun

The executive director of the KEY Project works with others to build opportunities for youths

By Christine Donnelly

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 28, 2014

~~<p>Just about every good thing in life starts with a deep-rooted sense of community, to John Reppun's way of thinking.</p>
<p>His large extended family is synonymous with the preservation of a sustainable, productive, rural lifestyle on Windward Oahu. Over the generations, the Reppuns have helped prevent commercial development from taking over the Kahaluu-Waikane-Waiahole area, restored water rights to the region, supported small schools and spearheaded programs boosting educational, employment and other opportunities.</p>
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Just about every good thing in life starts with a deep-rooted sense of community, to John Reppun's way of thinking.

His large extended family is synonymous with the preservation of a sustainable, productive, rural lifestyle on Windward Oahu. Over the generations, the Reppuns have helped prevent commercial development from taking over the Kahaluu-Waikane-Waiahole area, restored water rights to the region, supported small schools and spearheaded programs boosting educational, employment and other opportunities. Login for more...



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